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He forgot to mention that the largest component of money supply isn't FRNs but over $800 trillion in unregulated derivatives, with U.S. banks exposed to over $100 trillion. That required no government intervention at all.
In addition, total U.S. debt cuts across the three groups, with households owing something like $10 trillion and a larger amount by corporations. In short, all three groups were involved.
Finally, credit has to keep increasing in order to fund production and consumption of goods and services. The result of such is the present credit crunch, caused primarily by fallout from subprime lending. When bubbles for prime lending, commercial real estate, derivatives, sovereign debt, and others start popping....
After that comes the second effect: a resource crunch.
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"China cracks down on inflows, slams QE"